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  2. THROUGH SIBERIA.

    Reuter's representative had an interview with Mr. Harry De Windt, who landed at Plymouth recently from the North German Lloyd's steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse ...

    Article : 1,165 words
  3. LOST CONTINENT.

    It has been customary for ages to regard the story of Atlantis, the lost island, as merely a traditionary fable. Students (remarks the Glasgow "Mail") are now more ...

    Article : 1,029 words
  4. THE COUNTRY.

    The Savings Bank returns recently issued, showing the transactions of the bank for the year ending June 30 last, indicate a substantial increase in the business done at ...

    Article : 51 words
  5. SOUTHWARD HO!

    The plaus of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, which is to be under the leadership of Mr. Wm. S. Bruce, are now completed and all being well the Scotia will ...

    Article : 820 words
  6. THE TURF.

    The October meeting of the Port Adelaide Club will take place at Cheltenham Park to-day. The race fixture in Victoria to-day is the ...

    Article : 478 words
  7. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    Mr. George Cullan, a young man, met with a painful accident at Mr. J. Thomas' wood-yard, in Brown-street, on Thursday morning. He was employed as a sawyer, ...

    Article : 155 words
  8. CRUSHED TO DEATH WILD PANIC.

    A Birmingham (Alabama) dispatch, published by the "San Francisco Chronicle," under date September 20, says:—Seventyeight people are known to be dead, and 80 ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  9. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK.

    The drought conditions prevailing over so many square miles of pastoral territory have continued to grow steadily worse. Yunta has been threatened with a water ...

    Article : 109 words
  10. MINTARO.

    October 23.—The annual meeting in connection with foreign missions was held in the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, when the Rev. J. Chambers addressed a ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. THE TRADES HALL.

    The Trades Hall in Grote-street cost about £6,000, and there is still a debt of £2,250 on the building. The managing committee have decided to establish a sinking ...

    Article : 123 words
  12. TEATREE GULLY WATER SUPPLY.

    An important meeting of water ratepayers was held at the Teatree Gully Hotel on October 24 to consider several schemes for increasing the water supply of the district, ...

    Article : 242 words
  13. MOUNT BARKER.

    October 24.—On and after Wednesday, October 29. the business establishments here will be closed on Wednesday afternoon, and at 7.30 p.m. on other days of the week, ...

    Article : 75 words
  14. THE NEW WALKERVILLE-BRIDGE.

    For many months the St. Peters and Walkerville Councils have kept the present bridge over the Torrens at Walkerville closed against vehicular traffic owing to its ...

    Article : 173 words
  15. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    October 24.—Mr. Atkins, a resident of the Wimmera for over 30 years, arrived in Mount Gambier on Friday, for the purpose of ascertaining if there are any pastures ...

    Article : 184 words
  16. TO-DAY'S PORT ADELAIDE RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 410 words
  17. HAMLEY BRIDGE RECREATION GROUND.

    On Wednesday evening a public meeting, convened by the local vigilance committee, was held in the Institute Hall, in connection with the Recreation Park, a block of ...

    Article : 209 words
  18. TO-DAY'S MOONEE VALLEY MEETING.

    Hurdle Race, two miles.—Marton, 12 st.; Report, 11.1[?]; Scutum, 11.4; Booby, 10.13; Bridegroom. 10.13; Turk, 10.12; Bruce, 10.10; Financier, 10.5; Vision, 9.11; Tri d'Or, 9.6; Pierrot, ...

    Article : 365 words
  19. WILL OF MR. F. PALTRIDGE.

    The Mount Barker "Courier" states that Frederick Paltridge, whose estate to be sworn at about £10,000, in his will made the following legacies to ...

    Article : 157 words
  20. QUORN.

    October 23.—A fire occurred at Mr. E. Gilbert's pharmacy this evening. One of the children went into a bedroom, and in lighting a candle set fire to the bed. Mr. ...

    Article : 108 words
  21. POPULATION INCREASING.

    The number of births and deaths registered in the general register office during the week ended Saturday, October l8, was: —Births—66 males, 66 females; deaths—20 ...

    Article : 60 words
  22. PICNIC AT BURRA.

    The Burra Defence Rifle and Cricket Club's annual picnic was held at Princess Royal on Wednesday, October 22. The events resulted thus:- Maiden Race, 100 yards—M. Moreton, R. Bentley. ...

    Article : 201 words
  23. KAPUNDA RECHABITE HALL.

    Recently Salem Tent of Rechabites (Kapunda) purchased the old Bible Christian Chapel. It has been altered internally to meet the lodge requirements, and has also ...

    Article : 362 words
  24. MEETING OF TEACHERS.

    The annual meeting of the South Australian branch of the Teachers' Guild of Great Britain and Ireland was held at the University on Friday night, Professor Bragg ...

    Article : 166 words
  25. MAITLAND RACES.

    The following weights have been issued. by Mr. Henry Hughes for the Maitland Races, to be held on November 10:- Handicap Hurdles; about 1½ miles.—Florrie, 10 ...

    Article : 108 words
  26. DEATH OF A SHIP'S CAPTAIN.

    Our Wallaroo correspondent telegraphed on Friday morning that Captain Thomas Moore, of the steamer Era, had been missing since 11.30 p.m. on Thursday, and it ...

    Article : 301 words
  27. A MUNICIPAL VISIT.

    The St. Peters Council were officially visited on Friday evening by the City Council, and the mayors, aldermen, and councillors and officers of the ...

    Article : 229 words
  28. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    Mr. H. A. Bellamy to-day scratched Fusilette for the Williamstown Cup. Progredior will nob start in the Moonee Valley Cup to-morrow. ...

    Article : 178 words
  29. IN ORDER OF MERIT.

    A good deal of amusement was caused at the social gathering held at the St. Peters Town Hall on Friday evening, when the Mayor (Mr. W. Brown), in calling upon ...

    Article : 173 words
  30. THE LABOR LEADERS OF EUROPE.

    In the Port Adelaide Town Hall on Friday evening Mr. Tom Mann addressed a small but appreciative audience upon "The labor leaders of Europe: who they are, and ...

    Article : 304 words
  31. THE "DRINK" AGAIN.

    A novel and amusing excuse was recently offered by a contractor under the Victorian Publi Works Department in answer to a charge of negligence. A complaint was ...

    Article : 329 words
  32. THE MOUNT GAMBIER GAS CONTRACT.

    The Mount Gambier Corporation held a special meeting last night to deal with the gas-lighting contract for the town. The present contract terminates at the end of ...

    Article : 142 words
  33. SYDNEY SPORTING.

    During the settling of accounts over the Caulfield Cup, which took place at Tattersail's Club to-day, a deal of wagering was indulged in on the Melbourne Cup. There ...

    Article : 94 words
  34. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    October 23. — Present—The Mayor (Mr. W. Brown), Ald. Coombs, Glover, Stacey, and McDougall, and Crs. Godlee. Hutchinson, Bradley, McDonough Potthast, Miller, and Heinemann. ...

    Article : 229 words
  35. CONCERT BY NATIVE CHILDREN.

    An entertainment which was decidedly unique in character was witnessed at the Town Hall on Friday evening, when a concert was given by native children and a ...

    Article : 233 words
  36. ENGLISH ATHLETIC NOTES.

    On Friday evening, F. C. V. Lane and G. Read were participants in the St. Bernard Swimming Club gala at the Stockbridge Baths, the principal event in which was a ...

    Article : 1,022 words
  37. BURRA.

    October 24.—On Wednesday evening, at the Methodist lecture-hall, the Rev. J. Jeffries lectured on "Character" in connection with the chapel anniversary, but ...

    Article : 48 words
  38. CRYSTAL BROOK.

    October 24.—A fancy fair was held in the Institute Hall on Wednesday evening in aid of St. Silas' Church. There was a good attendance, and good business was done. ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. INSTITUTE OF SURVEYORS.

    A meeting of the South Australian Institute of Surveyor was held at Howard Smith Chambers on Friday evening. There was a fair attendance, and Mr. S. Parsons (vice-president) was in the ...

    Article : 114 words
  40. PORT ADELAIDE REGATTA.

    It is the intention to hold the Port Adelaide Regatta at the Semaphore. A largely attended meeting of the regatta committee was held in the Semaphore Town Hall on Friday night Alderman ...

    Article : 98 words
  41. AMUSEMENTS.

    Haddon Chambers' new play, "A Modern Magdalen," was presented for the last time at the Theatre Royal on Friday evening. Tonight "Sweet Nell of Old Drury" will be ...

    Article : 130 words
  42. CLARENDON.

    October 24.—The annual banquet of the Clarendon Literary Society was held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Friday evening. Dr. Woods presided. A capital spread was ...

    Article : 68 words
  43. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 512 words
  44. EUDUNDA.

    October 23.—The small woolgrowers are busy carting their clips to the railway-station to be trucked to Adelaide for the wool sales. Some 400 bales have already been ...

    Article : 44 words
  45. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    The sensational and spectacular drama, "The Worst Woman in London." was presented by Mr. William Anderson's Dramatic Company for the last tune at the Tivoli ...

    Article : 100 words
  46. KAPUNDA.

    October 23.—On Wednesday forty members of the Kapunda branch of the Agricultural Bureau and friends visited Roseworthy College. They were shown over ...

    Article : 60 words
  47. KADINA.

    October 22.—The local unemployed question is again becoming a serious one, and the ranks of those out of employment are increasing daily. In compliance with a ...

    Article : 198 words
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